I’m feeling very judgmental toward humanity these days.  Who put what in the water?  What values have we swallowed, whole hog?  We’re letting avarice replace brotherhood and trying to replace human efforts by robots and plants!  There’s a new industry opening up that would replace human workers by robots…and plants!  If I read right, you can order a gadget that allows a plant to conduct the movement of a robot.

Given what we know about the mysteriousness of fungi and their everywhereness, the question is WHY?  Hard to believe it’s to avoid climate change.  This burgeoning industry appears to me to be more motivated by misdirected energy.  I kid you not. Look up plant directing robots, and see how slow workers are in contrast to the robotic world.  And what are we going to do with a generation of prohibited abortions?  Cannon fodder.  Sorry, that I may sound bitter and…

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Human Pollution Isn’t Just Destroying Our Environment; New Studies Show It’s Slowly Killing Us | Tools of control

In a study published in May of 2022 by researchers from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the Amsterdam University Medical Center, 80% of all the randomly chosen healthy volunteers tested positive for microplastics in their blood, including “polyethylene terephthalate, polyethylene and polymers of styrene (a sum parameter of polystyrene, expanded polystyrene, [and] acetonitrile butadiene styrene[vii] Some of these can be traced to products used by humans, such as toothpaste and lip gloss, which have plastic in them, but there are also tremendous concentrations of microplastics in our water and air. Using data from 24 different expeditions around the world surveying plastic pollution, Marcus Eriksen of the Five Gyres Institute estimated there are 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic in the ocean.[viii] Microplastics have been found on the world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest, and the deepest depths of the ocean, the Mariana Trench, where deep-sea creatures have been found with plastic in their stomachs and sediment samples contained up to 2,200 plastic pieces per liter. [ix] In a 2019 National Geographic expedition, up to 119 microplastic particles were found per liter of water in samples of snow. It is clear human pollution is ubiquitous. Source: Human Pollution Isn’t Just Destroying Our Environment; New Studies Show It’s Slowly Killing Us | Tools of control

Vote + amazon music + Podcast: Hope for the Future by David Hunt

Happiness Between Tails by da-AL

Heading over a picture of a VOTE button.


Click H-E-R-E for my new podcast page at AnchorFM. Today’s show features the podcast/audio version of Hope for the Future by David Hunt. The text version comprises the second half of today’s blog post.

At the Happiness Between Tails podcast page, you’ll also find links to subscribe, hear, and share it via most any platform, from Spotify and Apple Podcasts, to Google Podcasts and Pocket Casts, along with RadioPublic and Castbox and Stitcher and more, plus an RSS feed. The full list of 50+ places is at LinkTree.

Voting day is right around the corner. Readers and writers, please don’t throw away your voice. Fortunately, there’s still time to make it easy on yourself. Vote by mail! I just did.

Rev up your keyboards and pens and lips — tell every single politically like-minded connection you have to vote and to do it immediately before…

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João Guimarães Rosa

Pensamentos.me/VEM comigo!

” A gente teve de se acostumar com aquilo. Às penas, que, com que aquilo, a gente mesmo nunca se acostumou, em si, na via”.

João Guimarães Rosa. A terceira margem do rio.

João Guimarães Rosa primeiras estórias. 1 ed. São Paulo: Global, 2019

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Virginia Woolf

Pensamentos.me/VEM comigo!

” Essa mudança da alma. Eu não acredito em envelhecimento. Eu acredito em alterar para sempre o aspecto de alguém para a luz. Eis meu otimismo.

Virginia Woolf


Marii Freire

https://Pensamentos.me/VEM comigo!

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Santarém, Pá 20 de outubro de 2022

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